Synonym: coast, cruise, float, glide, navigate, skim. Similar words: nail, mail, jail, rail, trail, retail, fail to, detail. Meaning: [seɪl] n. 1. a large piece of fabric (usually canvas fabric) by means of which wind is used to propel a sailing vessel 2. an ocean trip taken for pleasure. v. 1. traverse or travel by ship on (a body of water) 2. move with sweeping, effortless, gliding motions 3. travel in a boat propelled by wind 4. travel by boat propelled by wind or by other means.
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5 His greatest ambition is to sail round the globe.
6 His ambition is to sail round the world.
7 The men took in sail when the storm approached.
8 The wind ripped the sail.
9 We set sail at high tide.
10 We discerned a sail on the horizon.
11 We'll sail on the ebb.
12 The wind bellied ( out ) the sail.
13 The ship's sail cast a shadow on the water.
14 We set sail from Kuwait.
15 The timbers creaked as the boat set sail.
16 He was instructed to sail for New York.
17 This ship will sail for Boston tomorrow.
18 He resolutely hacked off the cable and the sail slipped down.
19 Ease out the large sail or we shall be blown over!
20 She is the first woman who navigates a sail crossing the English Channel.
21 The sail ropes slackened.
22 The sail of the little boat swung crazily from one side to the other.
23 We sail at 2 p.m. tomorrow.
24 They bunted up a sail.
25 Every life is a boat,(www.Sentencedict.com) the dream is the boat sail.
26 We decided, more or less on a whim, to sail to Morocco.
27 Please don' t keep silence all the time and don' t wait just for waiting. May the boat with my love sail into your heart.
28 The captain charted this area out and it's quite safe to sail in it.
29 To struggle in sweat pooled rivers, will cause the boat to the other side of the ideal sail.
30 The staff will be happy to help arrange for you to swim, sail, or water-ski.